Display method, display apparatus and data write circuit utilized therefor
A hold-type display apparatus is more likely to suffer the deterioration
in the visibility of moving images due to the blur effect, compared to an
impulse-type display apparatus. A single frame period is divided into a
first period and a second period. Pixel data to be written to a pixel are
written in a concentrated manner in the first period during a frame
period. At this time, a write value for the pixel is set to twice a value
of the image data in order not to lower the brightness of the images as a
whole. However, only if the doubled value exceeds a range that can be
displayed, the remaining pixel data are written in the second period.
Thus, the change in display brightness approximates the impulse-type
display apparatus, so that the visibility of moving images is improved.
Taoka; Mineki (Higashiosaka, JP), Mori; Yukio (Hirakata, JP), Ikeda; Takashi (Higashiosaka, JP) |
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd.
February 6, 2004|